Suppressed pistols are pretty awesome, but holstering them has always been a challenge. One of the main problems with suppressor-compatible holsters is how to draw. Some require you to tip the pistol forward before drawing. Some require a super-long draw stroke.
Consistent training is very important to us. So we wanted to develop a suppressor holster with the same draw stroke you’d get from a regular Ragnarok. That holster is the RagnarokSD.
Due to differences in trigger guard size among pistols, we offer the RagnarokSD in different models to ensure maximum coverage of the trigger. Check the lists below to see which Type is best for your handgun.
Glock 19/17/34/45 (and .40/.357)
HK P30, P2000, VP9
Springfield XD, XD Mod.2, XDM
CZ P-01, SP-01, P-07/09
FN FNX-45, 509, FNS
HK USP9 with MR09 rail
S&W M&P series
The RagnarokSD is an open-front holster design, constructed of heavy duty .125″ Kydex. On the back, the super-modular Ragnarok hole pattern accommodates Bladetech, Safariland, Blackhawk, or G-CODE accessories. At the bottom of the RagnarokSD are our unique stabilizer wings, modified by the user to fit their specific suppressor/firearm combination. They increase stability and prevent the pistol from falling forward out of the holster, which can be a common problem with open-front holster designs.
NOTE: While this holster will fit a pistol without a suppressor, we don’t recommend it. The stabilizer wings at the bottom of the holster push against the suppressor and prevent the weapon from tipping out. Without the suppressor, handgun stability can be compromised.
The RagnarokSD is currently only compatible with the Surefire X300U and X300V. It will fit the A and B versions of both models of lights. The holster was developed specifically for Glocks, but fits a variety of other suppressor hosts equipped with the X300U/X300V. However, we haven’t tested every firearm or suppressor on the market to verify fit. The RagnarokSD does not work with the X300UH.
NOTE: We have no plans to make this holster accommodate Inforce APL or Streamlight TLR-1 lights, because we cannot achieve a safe level of retention with either of those lights.